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Support Ann's Place on March 9th, 2017! 

At Ann’s Place, we walk with people facing cancer during a storm of emotions. When people call Ann’s Place, they are assessed and matched to a range of clinical counseling and wellness services right away. Our goal this giving day is to raise $10,000 to pay for the assessment and first month of the next 100 new clients (only $100 each).

Will you sponsor someone’s first month with Ann’s Place?

From 12:01 AM to 11:59 PM you can help Ann's Place win valuable cash prizes through Fairfield County's Community Foundation's 24-hour Giving Day.

The first nonprofits to get 25 donors of $25 or more can win $1,000.  Can you ask 4 friends to give $25 each?

Other Ways to Support the Giving Day...

Be One of Our Night Owls
(and help us win $1,000)

NOT THIS KIND

NOT THIS KIND

THIS KIND!

THIS KIND!

We need 25 people to volunteer to give $25 at 12:01 AM.

We want to make sure we have enough people so please
email faith@annsplace.org if you can be a night owl.

(We can even give you a wake up call if you need a nap. Do you like trumpets?)

Post a Video

#Cancercannot
Cripple Love
Kill Friendships
Shatter Hope
Silence Courage

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Share it on social media any time from now through 3/9.

Make sure to use these tags and hashtags:
#Cancercannot
@AnnsPlaceinc
#FairfieldCountyGives
#APGivingDay

Download instructions and a sign to hold in your video.

Get Your Friends to Join You On 3/9 During Happy Hour-Power Hour, 6pm-7pm

Help us win $1,000 for having the most donations from 6pm-7pm

This is serious work.
Here is the sample schedule:

Recruit your friends to go out on March 9th
Eat
Drink
Laugh
6 pm: Donate $10 or more each (from your phone or computer)
Eat
Drink
Reminisce
Remember why you like these guys
Eat
Drink
Tell that embarrassing story about the blind date
Eat
Complain about eating too much
Drink
Laugh
It is just one more bite, go ahead
Sip
Pat your belly like that will help settle it all in.
Go home because you have work tomorrow

(maybe you should just call in sick)